How to File Cytopoint Complaints
Animal welfare is at the front of our minds. The increase in knowledge of the importance of upholding animal rights, especially pets, has changed how many people perceive animals. Dogs are the most common and most loved pets. Unfortunately, dogs are prone to atopic dermatitis, which causes itching, leading to intensive scratching, licking, and chewing of the skin.
Veterinarians recommend Cytopoint to cure atopic dermatitis. Cytopoint also blocks signals that cause environmental allergic itches, thus preventing constant scratching, licking, and chewing of the skin. This gives the dog's skin a chance to heal. Unfortunately, Cytopoint's efficacy has come under heavy criticism lately due to poor results in some dogs. You can file a complaint if the use of Cytopoint had disastrous effects on your dog to the BBB, FTC, State's Attorney General, or State's Consumer Agency.
Filing a complaint with any of the organizations is tedious and time-consuming, considering the lengthy paperwork and processes you have to undergo. The process is more stressful if you opt for the small claims court. The challenges encountered in the process discourage people from filing their complaints. Luckily, DoNotPay has a "Sue Now" product you can use to sue Cytopoint if it fails to address your .
How to Make a Complaint to Zoetis US (Cytopoint's Manufacturer)
Cytopoint's functionality and effectiveness have been questioned in the recent past. Analyses have confirmed that it does not work in all dogs. However, it works perfectly in 75% of dogs treated using the drug. The first injection will alert you about how well Cytopoint will work for your dog. You can contact Zoetis U.S. for any inquiries or complaints here:
|Ways to Contact Zoetis U.S. Customer Support|
|Phone Number||1-888-963-8471 from 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM from Monday to Friday|
|Online Contact Form||Contact Support|
Unfortunately, you are likely to be put on hold for a while before a Zoetis customer service representative picks your call. It is advisable to consult a veterinarian before filing a complaint to Zoetis about Cytopoint. Your dog might be the problem, especially if it has other underlying conditions. Zoetis takes responsibility for all valid claims made about its products.
However, if the company fails to address your complaint, you can file a complaint against the company to BBB, the FTC, your state Attorney General, or your state Consumer Agency.
Suing Cytopoint's Manufacturer in the Small Claims Court
If Zoetis fails to address your complaint even after reporting it to BBB, FTC, State Attorney General, or the State Consumer Agency, you can sue the company in the small claims court. However, your complaint must meet the threshold to be heard in the small claims court. Use the following procedure to start a lawsuit against Zoetis US ( manufacturer) in the small claims court:
- Draft a demand letter and send it to Cytopoint asking them to settle the problem out of court
- If Zoetis fails to respond to your demand letter, seek court papers and fill them out appropriately. Ensure you have enough copies, as you will need them later in the suing process.
- Make an official complaint against Cytopoint in the small claims court
- Serve Zoetis with official court forms and notify the company why you are using it.
- The last step involves appearing in court for the hearing. Carry with you your court forms and all the necessary evidence against Cytopoint to present it before a judge.
Note: The judge might opt to put the case "under submission". This implies that the judge might not give their verdict in open court. Instead, he or she might mail the judgment to the parties later. Once the verdict is passed, only the defendant has the right to appeal the ruling.
Suing Cytopoint's Manufacturer Using DoNotPay
Suing Zoetis in the small claims court by yourself is challenging and costly. You are likely to undergo lengthy procedures to accomplish the process. Additionally, you have to hire an attorney to represent you in court.
Using DoNotPay saves you the trouble you have suing Zoetis for failing to attend to your Cytopoint issue. Using DoNotPay is dependable and convenient, as you can sue the company in the comfort of your home. DoNotPay handles the laborious process on your behalf. You only need to respond to the simple questions in the "Sue Now" to sue Cytopoint easily and fast using DoNotPay.
Follow the steps below to start a lawsuit against Cytopoint:
- Log in to DoNotPay and select the Sue Now product.
- Tell us how much you are owed by the company, if applicable.
- Select the reason for your lawsuit.
- Provide details about why you're filing the lawsuit including photographic proof and other important information.
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